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Icelandic-German translation for: þvælast
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Dictionary Icelandic German: þvælast

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Icelandic German
VERB   þvælast | þvælist | þvældist | þvælst
þvælastsich herumtreiben
þvælast fyrir (e-m)(jdn.) stören
þvælast fyrir e-mjdm. hinderlich sein
þvælast fyrir e-mjdm. im Weg sein
þvælast fyrir e-m/e-ujdn./etw. behindern [im Wege sein]
Hef enga hugmynd um hvar Pétur er. Hvar hann er þvælast?Keine Ahnung, wo Peter ist. Wo der sich wieder herumtreibt?
Þú ert bara þvælast hér um, gerðu eitthvað gagnlegt!Du treibst dich nur in der Gegend herum, tu doch mal was Nützliches!
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